First up are 60 10 ACW Confederate infantry. These figures are based 10 per stand for either Regimental Fire and Fury (RFF) or my own, Republic. For RFF, I use three command strips per regiment to denote unit effectiveness (fresh, worn, and spent). When a unit reaches worn status, one of the command strips is removed. When the unit reaches spent status the second command strip is removed. In this fashion, effectiveness can be identified at a glance.
I picked up some Eureka French and Russian hussars that fit into the 30mm deep footprint of the heavier cavalry that will likely see service under both Prussia and Austria. My historical justification for mounting the light cavalry on a deeper stand is that the hussars would have operated in a more loose formation and the unit's deployment area would necessarily require additional depth.